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    OK not really you perv...

    As your punishment, you will have to witness this triple combo action mock by me, Xio and The Toonster. ...eh, who knows? Maybe you'll get turned on afterall! hahahahahaha!

    Wait no longer... Take it away Master of Chaos!
    Last edited by D-Unit; 12-15-2007, 10:42 PM.

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    1. Miami Dolphins :: RB Darren McFadden :: Arkansas Razorbacks

    The soon to be winless Dolphins select McFadden, who should team with Ronnie Brown to give the Fins a dynamic ground attack. McFadden may also become Miami's best option at QB too, as John Beck's future looks bleak, and McFadden is coming off a season in which he threw four touchdown passes.
    Last edited by D-Unit; 12-15-2007, 10:51 PM.
    R.I.P. L.E.F.
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      2. Atlanta Falcons :: DT Glen Dorsey :: LSU Bayou Bengals

      This ship isn't sinking. It's sunk. They're going winless the rest of the year. Their reward is landing Dorsey. The Falcons aren't one of the savviest teams when it comes to drafting first rounders. They haven't hit a real home run since... well... I can't remember that last pick that's been exceptional. So Dorsey here falls along the same trend. Not saying he'll be bad, he's just not gonna be the second best player out of this draft.
      Last edited by D-Unit; 12-15-2007, 10:51 PM.

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        3. St. Louis Rams :: OLB/DE Vernon Gholston :: the Ohio State

        It's either OL or an edge threat here for me. Vernon Gholston is an intriguing possibility. If Haslett wants to move to the 3-4, Gholston gives them a potentially ideal 3-4 rush backer. They have the personnel to run a 30 front right now, and the big piece missing is a rush backer. If they stay 4-3, he's the dynamic end that they might need. But ... their offensive line hasn't exactly stood out this year and a lot of possibilities exist. What's the call? Nod goes Vernon Gholston, with the idea that OL depth can be added in round 2. As noted in my separate mock, I wouldn't necessarily rule out QB here ... it'd be a dark, dark, dark darkhorse, but I wouldn't rule it out. McFadden's another thought.
        Last edited by toonsterwu; 12-15-2007, 10:56 PM.

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          4. New York Jets :: DE Christopher Long :: Virginia Cavaliers

          The J-E-T-S boost their pass rush with Mr. Long, as he becomes the latest piece to an improving defense that includes recent draftees Dave Harris, Kerry Rhodes, and Revis.
          Last edited by Xiomera; 12-15-2007, 11:11 PM.
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            5. Oakland Raiders :: DT Sedrick Ellis :: Southern California Trojans

            With Indy, Jacksonville and San Diego on their remaining schedule the Raiders won't win another game. Ellis is a good fit value wise and he fills an important need. Kiffin goes back to his USC roots to dig this pick up.

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              6. New England Patriots f/ San Francisco 49ers :: CB Mike Jenkins :: South Florida

              No, this isn't a typo. Yes, Jenkins would have to excel in the postseason. I've long said that this Jenkins is my preferred CB to gamble on in this draft. He isn't great at any one area yet (his teammate Trae Williams may have better instincts than him), but he is solid across the board. It could be Malcolm Jenkins, but I prefer Mike at corner, and I'm starting to buy that he has a shot at going this high. Even if Samuel stays, they could use a CB upgrade. If he leaves, they definitely need help. They can find LB's to fit the scheme later on.

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                7. Baltimore Ravens :: QB Matthew Ryan :: Boston College Eagles

                If Steve McNair hasn't reaches clipboard holder status yet, then he is damn near close. And despite what Kyle Boller may think, the ability to throw the ball through the uprights on one knee from midfield does not equate to points on the scoreboard. Matt Ryan is the pick here, barring a Moses-like parting of defensive secondaries in the final three weeks of 2007.
                R.I.P. L.E.F.
                "I am the one who knocks!"

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                  8. Cincinnati Bengals :: LB James Laurinaitis :: The Ohio State University Buckeyes

                  Laurinaitis doesn't have to move very far away to play at his NFL destination. The Bengals were equally bad against the run as they were the pass this past season. What they really lack is true leadership on the defensive side of the ball. In comes JL. He's a playmaker that can make things happen. He'll slide into the WLB spot. The same spot he excelled in when he line up next to AJ Hawk and Bobby Carpenter at tOSU.
                  Last edited by D-Unit; 12-16-2007, 03:41 PM.

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                    9. Kansas City Chiefs :: QB Brian Brohm :: Louisville Cardinals

                    I want to make a OL pick. I know that's the preferred route. I'm even a fan of Brodie Croyle. But ... with only two years left on his deal, has Croyle done well enough to prevent a QB pick here? It's tough for me to say yes on this. While I'm not a big fan of Brohm, his accuracy could be an ideal fit for Solari here.

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                      10. Chicago Bears :: OT Jacob Long :: Michigan Wolverines

                      As much as I will hate having my Lions play against this guy twice a year, I have to make the pick. Long should have been taken earlier based on talent.
                      R.I.P. L.E.F.
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                        11. Carolina Panthers :: QB Andre Woodson :: Kentucky Wildwomen

                        The Panthers select Woodson who's upside they absolutely love. Jake Delhomme wrote his own tombstone when he went down with season ending injury this year. He wasn't loved much in the first place and this was the final nail in the coffin. He'll start next season, but Woodson will take over sooner rather than later. The trio of Andre Woodson, DeAngelo Williams and Steve Smith make the Panther's future bright.

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                          12. Philadelphia Eagles :: S Kenny Phillips :: the U

                          I'm looking DB all the way here. Certainly some other areas that could use addressing, but what other spot on the roster is worth the 12th overall pick? It's tough to pass on Malcolm Jenkins (who might be a stud safety if they wanted to go that route), but I prefer Phillips here as Dawkins heir apparent (and likely plays alongside Dawkins to start his career).

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                            13. Denver Broncos :: OT Ryan Clady :: Boise State Blue Turfsmen
                            Last edited by Xiomera; 12-15-2007, 11:27 PM.
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                              14. Washington Redskins :: DB Malcolm Jenkins :: The Ohio State University

                              Losing Sean Taylor was a major hit for the Redskins and it's not easy to move on. However, seeing Jenkins slide this far, sure did crack a smile on some gloomy faces in the Washington War Room. Jenkins' timed 40 is slower than scouts hoped for but Gibbs and gang plan on moving him to Safety anyways... a position he occasionally played at tOSU.

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